Obstacle Indicators Diagnosis and Advantage Functions Zoning Optimization Based on “Production-Living-Ecological” Functions of National Territory Space in Jilin Province | Land Portal

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January 2022
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LP-midp000831
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Frequent human activities have led to different types of land use conflicts which seriously restricted the multi-functional land use and the optimal allocation of resources. Optimizing the development and utilization pattern of land space, carrying out strategic layout, taking all aspects into consideration, and promoting green production and lifestyle are important measures to alleviate the contradiction between human and land and realize the harmonious coexistence between human beings and nature. Therefore, we constructed an evaluation index system of production-living-ecological (PLE) functions in Jilin Province, and analyzed the characteristics of PLE functions via evaluation models and a spatial concentration index. Obstacle degree model and normalized revealed comparative advantage index (NRCA) were used to identify regional dominant function and diagnose obstacle factors, and function zoning and optimization strategies were carried out. The results showed that the average score of ecological function was higher than production and living functions; the spatial agglomeration degree of the three functions was low and the distribution was scattered; the regional functions were affected and hindered by obstacle factors, including total book stock in public libraries, the proportion of nature reserve area, grassland coverage rate, and the proportion of industrial and mining storage land area. Jilin Province was divided into 14 types of advantage function areas and optimization strategies were put forward. The concept of functional regionalization was applied to measure regional multifunctionality at provincial scale, which enriched the theory and practice of territorial spatial pattern optimization, promoted the coordinated development of territorial space, and provided references for provincial territorial space planning and regional sustainable development.

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Wei, LanyiZhang, YanjunWang, LingzhiCheng, ZilangWu, Xuying

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